5 top tips for covering greys at home like a pro
As we grow older, the pigment in our hair begins to reduce due to the lack of melanin production in the hair follicles, causing the hair to grow un-pigmented i.e. grey and white. Going grey looks different to everyone because of our natural genetic make-up; for some it’s caused by stress, it may be hereditary or a diet lacking in Vitamin B.
With a rising popularity of women embracing their natural greys, women are heading to the salons asking for statement silver locks - so much so that we named Silver the Hair Colour of the Year in 2019. However despite its rising popularity, not everyone feels comfortable taking the leap into showing off their salt and pepper strands and opt for alternative coverage.
If you find yourself sitting firmly in the ‘cover them up’ grouping, then read on for our top tips on navigating colouring your greys at home.
*Always perform a patch test 48 hours before dyeing your hair.